Program OverviewConcordia University's Faculty of Fine Arts offers the following graduate programs:
MFA in Studio Arts
Graduate Diploma in Advanced Music Performance Studies
There are also opportunities for interdisciplinary studies. For details: http://finearts.concordia.ca/programsanddepartments/graduateprograms/
HighlightsThe Faculty of Fine Arts has a vibrant creative and intellectual culture that fosters cutting-edge practice, research and scholarship. Students are greeted with an environment that reflects the openness and diversity of contemporary culture. Faculty members are committed to integrating new technologies with traditional media and historical fine arts practices
View video gallery to find out more about programs: http://finearts.concordia.ca/studyinginfinearts/aboutthefaculty/videogallery/
The annual Open House/Portfolio Day will be held on October 23, 2010: http://openhouse.concordia.ca/
Future students - find the Faculty of Fine Arts on Facebook! http://facebook.com/studyfinearts.concordia
Admissions & Tuition
Fields of StudyStudio Art
Film Arts (acting, writing, directing, production)
Creative Arts Therapies
Film & Music Arts
Ranking and ReputationConcordia University's Faculty of Fine Arts is unique in Canada. It offers the country's widest range of fine arts programs in one faculty.
Buildings & FacilitiesThe integrated Engineering, Computer Science and Visual Arts (EV) Complex, which opened in 2005, provides excellent facilities for Studio Arts, Design and Computation Arts, Art Education and Art History, and also houses the state-of-the-art Hexagram Institute for Research-Creation in Media Arts and Technologies and the FOFA Gallery, the Faculty's flagship exhibition space for student, alumni and faculty work.
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